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Who is Sabine Lisicki? Bio, Age, Net Worth, Relationship, Height, Ethnicity

Sabine Lisicki

Who is Sabine Lisicki?

Sabine Lisicki made waves in the tennis world when she reached the Wimbledon Championships quarterfinals in 2009.

She is a professional tennis player from Germany. The 32-year-old has a best WTA singles ranking of 12th, achieved in May 2012.

However, her ranking has dropped dramatically to No. 681 as of September 2020.

Lisicki has won four titles in Women’s Tennis Association sanctioned tournaments. However, as of today, she has not won a single Grand Slam title.

But that doesn’t change the fact that she’s had some thrilling runs in those races. She has reached the Wimbledon final and the US Open quarterfinals.

In addition, she has been ranked 35th in the world in doubles.

Every tennis fan is well aware of her record-breaking fastest serve in 2014. The serve reached 210.8 km/h, setting a record that would not be broken for four years.

She also held the record for the most aces in a singles match for nearly a year.

Relationship Details, Sabine Lisicki is in a Relationship?

Lisicki has been dating Oliver Pocher since the summer of 2013.

According to reports, the couple met during Sabine’s Wimbledon final. Pocher is a former football manager, stand-up comedian, and actor from Germany.

They divorced in 2016 after dating for about three years. According to current rumors, Lisicki is single and has no plans to date anyone. Besides, she hasn’t yet become a mother.

Quick facts about Sabine Lisicki

Full Name JohSabine Katharina Lisicki
Birth Date September 22, 1989
Birth Place Troisdorf, West Germany
Residence Bradenton, Florida, United States
Nickname Sabine Lisicki
Religion Christianity
Nationality German
Ethnicity White
Training Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy
Horoscope Virgo

Sabine Lisicki: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity

Lisicki was born in Troisdorf, a town in West Germany at the time. Her parents are Dr. Richard Lisicki and Elisabeth. Her parents are both of Polish origin.

They had come to Germany from the territory Germany had lost after WWII. Richard is a sports science doctoral candidate. Her mother is also a painter who is proficient in ceramics.

Her father’s theoretical genius provided the road for her to pursue an athletic objective. Moreover, Richard began teaching her tennis at the age of seven.

As a result, he coached his daughter early on and continues to be her coach.

Education, Schooling, University

There is no information about his education and schooling.

Professional Career, (Tennis Player)

Beginnings of a Career

Sabine began her tennis career at the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy in 2004. Since then, she has been training at the Floridian academy.

Her sporting academy is sponsored and managed by the International Management Group. But those were not easy times for her. Her major tournament appearances were hampered by a lack of proper sponsorship.

Lisicki believes her parents played a significant part in her development as a player. They took her around Europe in their car so she could compete in competitions.

In 2006, she competed in the Sunfeast Open in Kolkata. Her WTA main draw debut came as a result of a wild card entrance at the Berlin Open.

She did, however, lose in the first round and had to return home. In 2007, Lisicki participated successfully in the Women’s Circuit of the International Tennis Federation.

She won titles in both New Jersey and Toronto. In addition, her ranking rose from 497 to 198.

Appearances at the Grand Slam

Sabine got off to a terrific start at the Australian Open in 2008. Caroline Wozniacki defeated her in the third round of qualifying.

Then, in the Fed Cup, she defeated the United States in the first round.

She also advanced to the fourth round of the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami.

In the same year, though, she was knocked out in the first round of Wimbledon by Marion Bartoli. Her first WTA final occurred the same year. The following year, she advanced to the Cellular South Cup semifinals.

She also won her maiden WTA Tour title at the 2009 Family Circle Cup. In the final, she defeated Caroline Wozniacki.

Her first Grand Slam quarterfinal appearance was at the 2009 Wimbledon Championships.

She did, however, only make it to the second round of the US Open that year. She was also defeated in the Luxembourg Open final.

Formal struggle

In 2010, Lisicki lost in the second round of the Australian Open and the Dubai Tennis Championships. Venus Williams had defeated her in Dubai.

She also had to skip the games for five months due to an ankle issue. Among them were the French Open and Wimbledon. Her ranking dropped to 179 before the conclusion of the year.

Sabine was eliminated in the qualifying rounds of both the Australian Open and the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells.

Furthermore, Sania Mirza defeated her at the Family Circle Cup. She also lost in the quarterfinals of the Porshe Tennis Grand Prix against Julia Goerges.

Net Worth, Salary, Assets

Sabine has earned a total of $7 million in prize money in her career. She has been competing in professional tennis since 2006.

During this time, she has also made a fortune via endorsement deals with major brands such as Nike.

Sabine Lisicki’s net worth as of [current year] is $9 million.

She also supports jewelry designer Thomas Sabo and car manufacturer Peugeot. She earns $60,000 per year through competitions and games.

She also owns a BMW and a home in Bradenton, Florida.

Rumors and Controversy

Talking about his rumors and controversy, he has not been in any part of rumors as well as controversy to date.

What is the Height of Sabine Lisicki? Weight, Full Body Status

Height 5 feet 10 inches (178 cm)
Weight 70 kg (154 lbs)
Shoe Size 10 (US)
Dress Size 4
Build Athletic
Eye color Green
Hair Color Dyed Blonde
Hairstyle Ponytail

Social Media Accounts

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